Startup aims to prevent EV charging from overloading the grid

“The U.S. National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) is testing a novel technology that could prevent electric-vehicle charging from crashing the grid.

The technology, from Californian startup PowerFlex Systems, is aimed at building owners looking to provide EV charging points, for example in parking lots.

Not only does it make sure simultaneous EV charging does not overstress the grid, but it also prevents building owners from incurring peak demand charges.”

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